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Subject:Re: new sever now new problems. lock time out/file location paradox running slow
Date:Fri, 1 Feb 2019 08:56:37 -0700
From:Liz McGuire <liz@paradoxcommunity.com>
Newsgroups:pnews.paradox-client_server
Typical things to look for on a Windows server are folder-level rights 
(which can be a bear) - Paradox users need read, write, create, modify, 
and delete (the latter, particularly, Windows Admins don't like to give).

There's also the question of oplocks and caching.

There's also real-time antivirus scans which can kill a Paradox app (and 
which can be configured by folder, so one folder is a problem and 
another isn't).

Probably a few other things, but as mentioned, if some apps work, then 
Paradox works, and it's folder-specific.

Liz


On 30 Jan 2019 08:24, scott hersman wrote:
> Hello,
>
>
>
> We upgraded from 2003 server to 2016 server last thursday and are noticing
> a couple problems:
>
> we Using paradox 10 and 11 on all 10 nodes..
>
> i am not an it guy nor a paradox expert...
>
> The entire company runs paradox daily for multiple things and in general
> is stable but seems to be slower.  All programs but two are running ok. (so
> far)
>
> 1.  Lock time out error on a specific program...has something to do with
> hanging when adding a table.
>
> the program will run if the you change the location of one of the tables.
>
> we fixed by hardcoding a workaround by changing table location to a different
> sub directory but still on the server.
>
> now we found another program with same similar problem.
>
>
>
> 2.  very slow to change directories/subdirectories when using a form ...
> i get the wheel of death but eventually  it will change to the desired directory
>
>
>
>
> any help would be appreciated
>
> thanks
>
> frustrated coconut
>


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